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So much depends on Ed Blakely, the planner charged with pushing the recovery effort from idea to reality.
Sign language in New Orleans
A year after Katrina: voices and impressions from a region rethinking how to build
Rising Coastal Waters - Green Building Gains Ground in Gulf
U.S.-Canada lumber deal; FEMA guidelines; OSHA ruse; lead threat; more
Restoring Trust - School of Demolition - Tougher Codes - High Hazard Study - Storm-Tracking Tools
It doesn't take a Category 5 hurricane to create a huge mold problem. Mold is rampant throughout the East and Gulf Coast regions. But coastal contractors need to know that mold is not toxic and does not cause diseases. It is simply an allergen that has to be dealt with accordingly.
Katrina by the Numbers
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